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Top Three AoS Lists for Realm of Geddon 2023

This is the Top Three AoS Lists for Realm of Geddon 2023 that took place on the 4th and 5th February. It involved 14 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

As a reminder, as this tournament has less than 20 players, there won’t be any comments from the Woehammer guys here. This frees up their time for the bugger tournament write ups.

Before I jump into the Top Three AoS Lists, I wanted to remind everyone of our friendly Discord server where you can join in the conversation with the Woehammer crew and suggest articles or series for the website.

If you like what we’re doing, why not join our Patreon and help keep it going?

Also if there’s a one day or two day tournament you’d like us to cover drop us a comment on this post and we’ll have a look at it for you.

The Top Three AoS Lists

Allegiance: Disciples of Tzeentch
– Change Coven: Hosts Arcanum
– Grand Strategy: Master of Destiny
– Triumphs:

Leaders
Kairos Fateweaver (440)**
Curseling, Eye of Tzeentch (180)**
General
– Command Trait: Cult Demagogue
– Lore of Fate: Arcane Suggestion
– Aspect of the Champion: Fuelled by Ghurish Rage
Fatemaster (140)*
– Artefact: Arcane Tome (Universal Artefact)
– Lore of Fate: Shield of Fate
Fluxmaster, Herald of Tzeentch on Disc (170)**
Lore of Change: Fold Reality
Great Bray-Shaman (100)*
Universal Spell Lore: Ghost-mist

Battleline
10 x Tzaangors (180)**
10 x Tzaangors (180)**
3 x Screamers of Tzeentch (110)**
10 x Kairic Acolytes (120)*

Units
3 x Tzaangor Enlightened on Disc (180)**

Endless Spells & Invocations
Chronomantic Cogs (70)
Daemonic Simulacrum (70)
Quicksilver Swords (60)

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment

Total: 2000 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 0 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 107
Drops: 2

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Allegiance: Ogor Mawtribes
Mawtribe: Meatfist
– Grand Strategy: Take What’s Theirs
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty

Leaders
Butcher (140)***
General
– Cleaver
– Command Trait: Gastromancer
– Artefact: Gruesome Trophy Rack
– Lore of Gutmagic: Blood Feast
Butcher (140)*
Cleaver
– Lore of Gutmagic: Blubbergrub Stench
– Aspect of the Champion: Tunnel Master

Battleline
4 x Ironguts (270)***
4 x Ironguts (270)
4 x Leadbelchers (170)**
4 x Leadbelchers (170)**
4 x Leadbelchers (170)**

Artillery
Ironblaster (200)*
Ironblaster (200)*
Ironblaster (200)*

Core Battalions
*Grand Battery
**Galletian Sharpshooters
***Galletian Command

Total: 1930 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 0 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 121
Drops: 10

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Allegiance: Slaves to Darkness
Damned Legion: Despoilers
– Grand Strategy: Take What’s Theirs
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty

Leaders
Chaos Lord on Karkadrak (220)*
General
– Command Trait: Idolator Lord
– Mark of Chaos: Khorne
– Prayer: Heal
Chaos Sorcerer Lord (120)*
– Artefact: Arcane Tome (Universal Artefact)
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
– The Lore of the Damned: Chaotic Conduit
Exalted Hero of Chaos (100)***
Mark of Chaos: Slaanesh
– Aspect of the Champion: Tunnel Master
Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince (195)*
Axe
– Wings
– Command Trait: Bolstered by Chaos
– Artefact: Helm of Many Eyes
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle

Battleline
5 x Chaos Knights (230)*
Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
5 x Chaos Knights (230)*
Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
9 x Corvus Cabal (80)**
Mark of Chaos: Khorne
10 x Splintered Fang (100)**
Mark of Chaos: Khorne
10 x Splintered Fang (100)**
Mark of Chaos: Khorne
10 x Ungors (65)**
Mauls & Half-Shields

Units
10 x Chaos Chosen (480)***
Mark of Chaos: Slaanesh
– Ensorcelled Banner: The Banner of Screaming Flesh
– Reinforced x 1

Endless Spells & Invocations
Soulscream Bridge (80)

Core Battalions
*Warlord
**Galletian Veterans
***Galletian Command

Additional Enhancements
Artefact

Total: 2000 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 1 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 129
Drops: 11

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Allegiance: Daughters of Khaine
– Temple: Khailebron
– Mortal Realm: Ulgu
– Grand Strategy: Bloodthirsty Zealots
– Triumphs: Inspired

Leaders
Melusai Ironscale (120)*
– General
– Command Trait: Zealous Orator
– Artefact: Crown of Woe
– Aspect of the Champion: Fuelled by Ghurish Rage
Morathi-Khaine (350)*
The Shadow Queen (350)*

Battleline
15 x Blood Stalkers (540)**
Reinforced x 2
10 x Blood Sisters (300)*
Reinforced x 1
10 x Witch Aelves (120)*
Sacrificial Knives and Blade Bucklers

Units
5 x Khinerai Heartrenders (100)**
5 x Khinerai Heartrenders (100)**

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment
**Galletian Sharpshooters

Total: 1980 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 3 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 94
Drops: 4

Final Tournament Placings

To view the full tournament placings, visit Ecksen.

Top Three AoS Lists for CaptainCon 2023

This is the top three AoS lists for CaptainCon that took place in the USA on the 4th and 5th of February. It involved 17 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

As mentioned earlier this week, this tournament has less than 20 players. Therefore, we won’t add any comments onto this past, and I’ll save our commentators’ brain power for the bigger events.

Before I jump into the Top Three AoS Lists, I wanted to remind everyone of our friendly Discord server where you can join in the conversation with the Woehammer crew and suggest articles or series for the website.

If you like what we’re doing, why not join our Patreon and help keep it going?

Also if there’s a one day or two day tournament you’d like us to cover drop us a comment on this post and we’ll have a look at it for you.

The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Kharadron Overlords
Army Subfaction: Barak-Zilfin
– Grand Strategy: Take What’s Theirs
– Triumphs: Inspired

LEADER
1 x Endrinmaster with Endrinharness (80)
1 x Arkanaut Admiral (140)*
Aspects of the Champion: Leadership of the Alpha
1 x Endrinmaster with Dirigible Suit (160)*
Artefacts: Staff of Ocular Optimisation
1 x Aether-Khemist (90)*
General
– Command Traits: Collector
– Artefacts: Spell in a Bottle
1 x Aetheric Navigator (100)**
– Artefacts: Svaregg-Stein ‘Illuminator’ Flarepistol

BATTLELINE
10 x Arkanaut Company (90)**
Company Captain
– Light Skyhook and Gun Butt
– Skypike
– Aethermatic Volley Gun and Gun Butt
– Volley Pistol
10 x Arkanaut Company (90)**
Company Captain
– Light Skyhook and Gun Butt
– Skypike
– Aethermatic Volley Gun and Gun Butt
– Volley Pistol
1 x Arkanaut Frigate (240)**
Heavy Sky Cannon
– Great Endrinworks: Malefic Skymines

BEHEMOTH
1 x Arkanaut Ironclad (490)**
Great Volley Cannon
– Great Endrinworks: The Last Word

ENDLESS SPELL
1 x Purple Sun of Shyish (90)

OTHER
10 x Grundstok Thunderers (260)*
Honour Bearer
– Gunnery Sergeant
– Grundstok Mortar
– Double-barrelled Aethershot Rifle
– Gun Butt and Drillbill
– 2 x Aethercannon
– 2 x Aetheric Fumigator
– 2 x Decksweeper
1 x Grundstok Gunhauler (160)**
Sky Cannon
– Great Endrinworks: Zonbarcorp ‘Debtsettler’ Spar Torpedo

CORE BATTALIONS:
*Warlord
**Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1990/2000)

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Army Faction: Lumineth Realm-lords
Army Subfaction: Helon
– Grand Strategy: Defend What’s Ours
– Triumphs: Inspired

LEADER
1 x Archmage Teclis (700)*
General
1 x Scinari Cathallar (110)*
Artefacts: Silver Wand
– Spells: Total Eclipse
– Aspects of the Champion: Leadership of the Alpha
1 x Scinari Loreseeker (160)*
Spells: Overwhelming Heat

BATTLELINE
20 x Vanari Auralan Sentinels (300)*
High Sentinel
– Spells: Overwhelming Heat
5 x Hurakan Windchargers (130)*
Windspeaker Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
10 x Vanari Auralan Wardens (150)*
High Warden
– Spells: Speed of Hysh

ENDLESS SPELL
1 x Umbral Spellportal (80)
1 x Rune of Petrification (60)

TERRAIN
1 x Shrine Luminor (0)

OTHER
20 x Vanari Auralan Sentinels (300)*
High Sentinel
– Spells: Speed of Hysh

CORE BATTALIONS:
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1990/2000)

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Army Faction: Ogor Mawtribes
Subfaction: Meatfist
– Grand Strategy: The Day is Ours!
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty

LEADERS
Kragnos (720)
Tyrant (150)*
– Artefacts of Power: Arcane Tome
– Spells: Flaming Weapon
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
Tyrant (150)*
Artefacts of Power: Gryph-feather Charm
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
Tyrant (150)*
Aspects of the Champion: Tunnel Master
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
Tyrant (150)**
General
– Command Traits: Killer Reputation
– Big Name: Deathcheater , Brawlerguts

BATTLELINE
Leadbelchers (170)**
Thunderfist
Leadbelchers (170)**
Thunderfist
Leadbelchers (170)**
Thunderfist

OTHER
Gnoblars (120)**

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Lauchon the Soulseeker (50)

TERRAIN
1 x Great Mawpot (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Command Entourage – Magnificent
**Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

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Army Faction: Soulblight Gravelords
Army Type: Legion of Night
– Grand Strategy: Show of Dominance
– Triumph: Inspired

LEADERS
Necromancer (130)*
Artefacts of Power: Arcane Tome
– Spells: Fading Vigour, Invigorating Aura
Vampire Lord (140)*
Spells: Amethystine Pinions, Invigorating Aura
– Aspects of the Champion: Tunnel Master
Wight King (90)*
General
– Command Traits: Above Suspicion
Mannfred Von Carstein (400)**
Spells: Invigorating Aura, Overwhelming Dread

BATTLELINE
Grave Guard (280)*
Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
– Great Wight Blade
Grave Guard (140)*
Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
– Hornblower
– Great Wight Blade
Dire Wolves (130)*
Grave Guard (140)**
Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
– Hornblower
– Great Wight Blade

OTHER
Black Knights (100)*
Myrmourn Banshees (100)**
Blood Knights (200)**
Fell Bats (70)**

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Chronomantic Cogs (70)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 1990/2000

Final Tournament Placings

The Future of Top 3 Lists

At Woehammer, we try and bring you the top three army lists from every GT around the globe. However, with the increase in the number of tournaments, this is becoming increasingly difficult.

So, instead, what we’re going to do in the future is still provide all the top 3 lists for GT’s (we’re aware of), but for events with less than 20 players we won’t be providing our unusual army commentary.

Hopefully, this should save us time but also still give you all the top lists that we did before.

What I am working on however, is a breakdown of all the top performing armies for each faction. So you’ll be able to see how many drops they use on average, how the points are split between leaders, battleline, Behemoths etc, which Battalions they’re using and so on.

Now I just need to find a nice way to present it…..

Thanks guys

Peter

AoS Meta Stats W/Ending 29th January 2023

How Win Rates are Calculated

There have been inquiries regarding the calculation of our win rates. The key difference between us and Honest Wargamer is that we take into account draws, whereas Honest Wargamer/TSN only considers wins.
Our calculation method involves counting draws as a 0.5 win and 0.5 loss. This can lead to slight differences in our rates compared to those of HWG/TSN. For instance:

A player with 2 wins, 1 draw, and 2 losses would have a 40% win rate using the HWG/TSN method (2 divided by 5 = 40%). In our method, we would count 2 wins and half a win from the draw, which equals 2.5 wins. Divided by 5, the player would have a 50% win rate.

The Honest Wargamer/TSN also have access to many more tournament results than ourselves via their large fan base. This does mean that we may not have the same amount of tournament data as HWG/TSN. However, we will try and source the information if we’re aware a tournament exists.

We believe that having multiple perspectives on win rates is beneficial, and both methods have their own merits. If you want to view the great work by Ziggy and Rob’s team, visit the Honest Wargamer website.

Faction Win Rates

So I’m pretty sure this will be the last week of stats under the old GHB. We’v already had tournaments this week with the new one, so we should start to see their stats flowing in only a couple of weeks. Again, I will only publish factions that reach the point of having 20 players use them at GT’s.

In the end only two factions have not had 20 players:

  • Bonesplitterz (13 Players)
  • Big Waaagh! (16 Players)

Win Rates

Beasts of Chaos have improved again with their win rate. Going from 62.73% up to 64.67%. This means the margin between the top and bottom factions has increased to 28.57% (64.67% – 36.10%).

So when comparing this gap to the first half of the season:

General’s Handbook Season 1: Differential 23.41% (BoC 60.82% – GG 37.41%)
Galletian Reinforcements: Differential 28.57% (BoC 62.73% – GG 35.44%)

Either way you look at this, it has definitely been Beasts of Chaos‘ Handbook!

Player Results by Wins

This graph has at least two purposes. Firstly it shows the faction popularity by the number of players and secondly it breaks down those players results in terms of the number of wins they achieve.

As always the entry army Stormcast Eternals, proves to be the most popular faction, leading Ogor Mawtribes and Sylvaneth.

Players Achieving 5-0 Wins

Although Beasts of Chaos have the highest win rate, this has not translated into the number of 5-0 results. Ogor Mawtribes and Stormcast Eternals are joint top here, with 7 a-piece.

Win Chance

This shows the chance each faction has of achieving 5-0. This is calculated using the number of players that go 5-0 against the full number of players using that faction.

Like above, this show the chance of getting 4 or more wins (including 5-0).

And finally the chance of going 3+ wins (including 5-0 and 4+).

Our Database

This is our most copy of our database.

AOS Hall of Fame

Below is a list of all the players who first achieved a 5-0 with a faction (At a Singles Event). The list is completed in date order (earliest first).

AoS Meta Stats W/Ending 22nd January 2023

Faction Win Rates

We’ve probably only got a couple more weeks of stats to do for this Handbook before the next one gets released and the tournament scene starts in earnest once more.

The second part of this season has been sorter than the first, with a few of the factions still not meeting our requisite 20 players to have their stats published. Although like I said earlier, there’s still a couple more weeks….

Those factions that have not yet had 20 players:

  • Legion of the First Prince (5 Players)
  • Bonesplitterz (9 Players)
  • Big Waaagh! (12 Players)
  • Hedonites of Slaanesh (16 Players)

Win Rates

Beasts of Chaos have improved again with their win rate. Going from 60.94% down to 62.73%. This means the margin between the top and bottom factions has decreased to 27.29% (62.73% – 35.44%).

So when comparing this gap to the first half of the season:

General’s Handbook Season 1: Differential 23.41% (BoC 60.82% – GG 37.41%)
Galetian Reinforcements: Differential 27.29% (BoC 62.73% – GG 35.44%)

Either way you look at this, it has definitely been Beasts of Chaos‘ Handbook!

Player Results by Wins

This graph has at least two purposes. Firstly it shows the faction popularity by the number of players and secondly it breaks down those players results in terms of the number of wins they achieve.

As always the entry army Stormcast Eternals, proves to be the most popular faction, leading Ogor Mawtribes and Sylvaneth.

Players in Tournament Winning Positions

This graph shows the number of players who have been on the brink of claiming a 5-0 at a GT. This shows the number of players with 4 wins from 4 games.

Players Achieving 5-0 Wins

Although Beasts of Chaos have the highest win rate, this has not translated into the number of 5-0 results. Ogor Mawtribes and Stormcast Eternals are joint top here, with 7 a-piece.

Win Chance

This shows the chance each faction has of achieving 5-0. This is calculated using the number of players that go 5-0 against the full number of players using that faction.

Like above, this show the chance of getting 4 or more wins (including 5-0).

And finally the chance of going 3+ wins (including 5-0 and 4+).

Our Database

This is our most copy of our database.

AOS Hall of Fame

Below is a list of all the players who first achieved a 5-0 with a faction (At a Singles Event). The list is completed in date order (earliest first).

Player Rankings (W/Ending 22nd January 2023)

These are the player rankings calculated by us at Woehammer using the method described previously. We think this method levels the playing field between those playing factions with a high win-rate and those playing with a low win-rate. Almost like a handicap system in Golf or similar sports.

Calculation Summary

Points are awarded to each player for a win or a draw. Points are calculated for each faction. To calculate a factions win score is a fairly simple process:

Take their current win rate as shown in our weekly AoS Meta article and times this by 5:

e.g. Lumineth Realm-Lords: 51.02% x 5 = 2.6

This is the expected number of wins that faction should achieve in a 5 game GT. Next divide 100 by this value to give a score for each win.

e.g. Lumineth Realm-Lords 100/2.6 = 39.2 per win.

When a player has finished their tournament multiply their result (draws are counted as 0.5) by the score.

e.g. a Lumineth player achieves 2 wins and a draw; 2.5 x 39.2 = 98 points

Current Scoring by Factions

The below shows the current score able to be achieved fro each player for a win with each faction. This is showen for each period of time since the release of the General’s Handbook 2022-23: Season 1

Period NameDate FromDate To
General’s Handbook 2022-23: Season 13rd July 20221st October 2022
Battletome Releases: Ogors, Lumineth, Disciples and Sons1st October 202227th October 2022
Battlescroll: Galletian Reinforcements27th October21st January 2023
Battletome: Slaves to Darkness21st JanuaryCurrent

There have been no tournaments using the new GHB as yet, however when this occurs it will create a new points session.

Current Rankings

The best four results as a total make up a player’s score.

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Las Vegas Open Preview

It’s going to be the biggest event in the Age of Sigmar tournament calendar. A title previously held by CanCon in Australia. Now with over 300 players attending from all over the globe, the Las Vegas Open (or often referred to affectionately by players as LVO) is the jewel in the AoS crown.

We’ve been kindly given a run down of all the lists for this years events (of those submitted anyway), and we can now start going through them and comparing this to the Meta. We’ll also look at the players and their performances over the last year to try and get an idea who’ll finish the King (or Queen) of Las Vegas.

Faction Popularity

The LVO split roughly follows the current Meta trend on the army splits, with Stormcast Eternals being the most popular army. However, where Sylvaneth are the second most popular faction in the meta, they’ve been surplanted at the LVO by Ogor Mawtribes.

For those not into graphs, the below compares the LVO uptake against what would have been expected to have been taken based on the meta.

Grand Strategies

Most players chose either a Strategy from their factions Battletome or Take What’s Theirs (More units than the opponent, inside opponent’s territory).

Two crazy cats went for Demonstration of Strength (3 or more Galletian Veteran units from your army remaining), which is considered by many easy to deny.

And, understandably, no one went for Tame the Land (control all the objectives on the battlefield wholly outside your territory).

Triumphs

Players that have lists with 1,990 points or less are more likely to be able to use their triumph

Battalions

Most players chose to go with either 1 or 2 battalions.

The majority of players seemed to include a Battle Regiment, with perhaps half the lists having Bounty Hunters. Command Entourage and Warlord also see a fair amount of use to benefit from those additional enhancements.

Drops

The average amount of drops for an army at LVO is 5.5. If you’re attending and you have less than this, you’re more likely to have the choice of priority in turn 1.

Player Rankings

Here we go, earlier in the week we published our top 8 choices based on the win rates and then a best of the rest. But, here is our full run down of everyone’s stats that is attending, and has previously attended at least one GT (that we’re aware of), sorted by their win rates,

Las Vegas Open – Player Odds

There has been a total of 319 players registered to take part in the Las Vegas Open. From those 319 players, 235 have already taken part in at least one GT at some point under this General’s Handbook. But who do you think will win?

We’re going to try and help you answer that question by giving you some key stats on the top players and then what we believe their odds are of walking away with the crown.

The Favourites

These eight players are my choices to reach the knockout stage of the tournament. All of the following players have competed in at least four events under the Season Handbook.

Best of the Rest

PLAYERWIN RATEMONEYLINEUKEUROPEAN
Owen Jackson78.75%+10521/202.05
Dan Arnold 78.00%+11011/102.10
Joe Krier78.00%+11011/102.10
Michael Vagenos78.00%+11011/102.10
Barton Kennelly76.00%+1255/42.25
Jiwan Noah Singh75.68%+137.511/82.38
Christopher Schelling75.00%+1407/52.40
Ridge Hanna74.29%+1506/42.50
Carl Ong73.86%+1608/52.60
Thomas Guan73.61%+1608/52.60
Daytond Obre 72.50%+1757/42.75
Aaron Newbom72.00%+1809/52.80
Oliver Dempsey71.43%+187.515/82.88
Joshua Bennett70.83%+2002/13.00
Alexander Gonzalez70.00%+22011/53.20
John Lindsey70.00%+22011/53.20
Roberto Campos-McDonald70.00%+22011/53.20
Robbie Steinbring68.00%+24012/53.20
Gregory Brewer66.67%+2505/23.50
Jordan Duncan 66.67%+2505/23.50

AoS Meta Stats W/Ending 15th January 2023

Faction Win Rates

We’ve probably only got a couple more weeks of stats to do for this Handbook before the next one gets released and the tournament scene starts in earnest once more.

The second part of this season has been sorter than the first, with a few of the factions still not meeting our requisite 20 players to have their stats published. Although like I said earlier, there’s still a couple more weeks….

Those factions that have not yet had 20 players:

  • Legion of the First Prince (5 Players)
  • Bonesplitterz (9 Players)
  • Big Waaagh! (12 Players)
  • Hedonites of Slaanesh (16 Players)
  • NEW Slaves to Darkness (5 Players)

Win Rates

Beasts of Chaos have dropped slightly again with win rate from 62.07% down to 60.94%. This means the margin between the top and bottom factions has decreased to 24.80% (60.94% – 36.14%).

So when comparing this gap to the first half of the season:

General’s Handbook Season 1: Differential 23.41% (BoC 60.82% – GG 37.41%)
Galetian Reinforcements: Differential 24.80% (BoC 60.94% – GG 36.14%)

Either way you look at this, it has definitely been Beasts of Chaos‘ Handbook!

Player Results by Wins

This graph has at least two purposes. Firstly it shows the faction popularity by the number of players and secondly it breaks down those players results in terms of the number of wins they achieve.

As always the entry army Stormcast Eternals, proves to be the most popular faction, leading Sylvaneth and a newly revitalised Ogor Mawtribes.

Players Achieving 5-0 Wins

Although Beasts of Chaos have the highest win rate, this has not translated into the number of 5-0 results. Ogor Mawtribes, Stormcast Eternals and Disciples of Tzeentch are joint top here, with 5 a piece.

Win Chance

This shows the chance each faction has of achieving 5-0. This is calculated using the number of players that go 5-0 against the full number of players using that faction.

Like above, this show the chance of getting 4 or more wins (including 5-0).

And finally the chance of going 3+ wins (including 5-0 and 4+).

Our Database

This is our most copy of our database.

AOS Hall of Fame

Below is a list of all the players who first achieved a 5-0 with a faction (At a Singles Event). The list is completed in date order (earliest first).

Player Rankings (W/Ending 15th January 2023)

These are the player rankings calculated by us at Woehammer using the method described previously. We think this method levels the playing field between those playing factions with a high win-rate and those playing with a low win-rate. Almost like a handicap system in Golf or similar sports.

Calculation Summary

Points are awarded to each player for a win or a draw. Points are calculated for each faction. To calculate a factions win score is a fairly simple process:

Take their current win rate as shown in our weekly AoS Meta article and times this by 5:

e.g. Lumineth Realm-Lords: 51.02% x 5 = 2.6

This is the expected number of wins that faction should achieve in a 5 game GT. Next divide 100 by this value to give a score for each win.

e.g. Lumineth Realm-Lords 100/2.6 = 39.2 per win.

When a player has finished their tournament multiply their result (draws are counted as 0.5) by the score.

e.g. a Lumineth player achieves 2 wins and a draw; 2.5 x 39.2 = 98 points

Current Rankings

The best four results as a total make up a player’s score.

NORTH AMERICA

UK & IRELAND

EUROPE

OCEANIA

SCANDINAVIA

ASIA

WORLD WIDE